1 Cam Newton, Carolina at Atlanta …Cam gets to get right against a defense allowing 433 yards per game (3rd-worst in the NFL)
2 Drew Brees, New Orleans at San Diego …At 354 yards per game this season — a pace for 5,664 — Brees should be on point making a rare return to San Diego, and the Saints desperate for a Win at 0-3
3 Andrew Luck, Indianapolis at Jacksonville
4 Matthew Stafford, Detroit at Chicago
5 Kirk Cousins, Washington vs. Cleveland …Stay the course with Cousins and he is due for a multi-score game and at home versus Cleveland should be it (Cousins is actually 2nd in the NFL at 330 yards per game)
6 Philip Rivers, San Diego vs. New Orleans
7 Blake Bortles, Jacksonville vs. Indianapolis …Bortles should break out some against a defense allowing 31.7 points per game
8 Carson Palmer, Arizona vs. Los Angeles …Back at home and off an ugly 4-INT game, Palmer should be a candidate to rebound this week to shake off the frustration
9 Matt Ryan, Atlanta vs. Carolina
10 Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh vs. Kansas City
11 Joe Flacco, Baltimore vs. Oakland …Oakland is allowing an NFL-worst 476 total yards per game
12 Trevor Siemian, Denver at Tampa Bay …Siemian’s stock has to soar (either for real or as an over-reaction after a 4-TD, 312-yard game on the road at Cincinnati), while Tampa allows an NFL-worst 33.7 points per game
13 Ryan Tannehill, Miami at Cincinnati
14 Dak Prescott, Dallas at San Francisco
15 Jameis Winston, Tampa Bay vs. Denver
16 Derek Carr, Oakland at Baltimore …Sliding Carr down some as this week he draws the 2nd-most difficult passing defense at 168.3 yards per game
17 Brian Hoyer, Chicago vs. Detroit …Hoyer can be a gamer, and he filled in last week with 300+ yards and two touchdowns, while Detroit is tied with an NFL-worst 10 passing touchdowns allowed this year
18 Brock Osweiler, Houston vs. Tennessee
19 Andy Dalton, Cincinnati vs. Miami …Can Dalton stop disappointing — he comes off a 206-yard game and Dalton has just two touchdowns on the season
20 Alex Smith, Kansas City at Pittsburgh …Smith could be a serviceable plug this week against a defense allowing a 2nd-worst 332 passing yards per game
21 Russell Wilson, Seattle at N.Y. Jets …Wilson (sprained knee) is expected to make the Week 4 start; UPDATE: Wilson has been removed from the Seahawks’ injury report
22 Eli Manning, N.Y. Giants at Minnesota …After the eight-game sack beat-down on Cam Newton, the Minnesota defense would need to be feared some
23 Sam Bradford, Minnesota vs. N.Y. Giants
24 Marcus Mariota, Tennessee at Houston
25 Jimmy Garoppolo, New England vs. Buffalo …UPDATE: This ranking assumes Garoppolo is the starter (and it’s still not determined who the Patriots will start in Week 4)
26 Tyrod Taylor, Buffalo at New England
27 Ryan Fitzpatrick, N.Y. Jets vs. Seattle
28 Jacoby Brissett, New England vs. Buffalo …UPDATE: This ranking assumes Brissett is the starter (and it’s still not determined who the Patriots will start in Week 4)
29 Blaine Gabbert, San Francisco vs. Dallas
30 Cody Kessler, Cleveland at Washington
31 Case Keenum, Los Angeles at Arizona


Running Back
1 Melvin Gordon, San Diego vs. New Orleans …Gordon should be money against a defense allowing an NFL-worst 149.3 rushing yards per game
2 David Johnson, Arizona vs. Los Angeles
3 LeVeon Bell, Pittsburgh vs. Kansas City …Bell owners rejoice as he makes his 2016 debut
4 Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas at San Francisco
5 DeMarco Murray, Tennessee at Houston
6 Carlos Hyde, San Francisco vs. Dallas
7 Lamar Miller, Houston vs. Tennessee
8 Jordan Howard, Chicago vs. Detroit …Howard is set to get the Week 4 start and should be extremely busy
9 Mark Ingram, New Orleans at San Diego
10 LeGarrette Blount, New England vs. Buffalo …Blount has been heavily-used with Tom Brady out, and Blount has been on a terror with 4 TDs through three games and on pace for an NFL-best 1,589 rushing yards
11 Theo Riddick, Detroit at Chicago
12 Todd Gurley, Los Angeles at Arizona
13 C.J. Anderson, Denver at Tampa Bay
14 LeSean McCoy, Buffalo at New England
15 Jeremy Hill, Cincinnati vs. Miami …Hill should keep off his momentum against a Miami defense that allows 147.3 on the ground (2nd-worst)
16 Devonta Freeman, Atlanta vs. Carolina
17 Isaiah Crowell, Cleveland at Washington …Crowell has opened the 2016 season ranked 2nd in rushing, on pace for 1,461 yards
18 Charles Sims, Tampa Bay vs. Denver
19 Frank Gore, Indianapolis at Jacksonville …Jacksonville has allowed a rushing touchdown in every game this season
20 Matt Jones, Washington vs. Cleveland
21 Spencer Ware, Kansas City at Pittsburgh
22 Christine Michael, Seattle at N.Y. Jets
23 Tevin Coleman, Atlanta vs. Carolina …Look out — Coleman is on pace for 891 receiving yards
24 Cameron Artis-Payne, Carolina at Atlanta
25 Matt Forte, N.Y. Jets vs. Seattle
26 Giovani Bernard, Cincinnati vs. Miami
27 Jerick McKinnon, Minnesota vs. N.Y. Giants
28 Dwayne Washington, Detroit at Chicago …Washington is a sneaky sleeper on a good offense, the Lions want to get him more involved and Chicago ranks 30th against the run at 142.7 yards per game
29 Duke Johnson Jr., Cleveland at Washington
30 Latavius Murray, Oakland at Baltimore
31 T.J. Yeldon, Jacksonville vs. Indianapolis
32 Derrick Henry, Tennessee at Houston
33 Jamaal Charles, Kansas City at Pittsburgh …UPDATE: Charles is slated to make his 2016 debut
34 Chris Ivory, Jacksonville vs. Indianapolis …Welcome to Jacksonville — Ivory averaged 1.17 yards per carry in his first game as a Jaguar, with 14 yards on 12 attempts
35 Travaris Cadet, New Orleans at San Diego
36 Terrance West, Baltimore vs. Oakland …UPDATE: There is some speculation that West will end up getting the start this week
37 Justin Forsett, Baltimore vs. Oakland
38 Fozzy Whittaker, Carolina at Atlanta
39 Devontae Booker, Denver at Tampa Bay
40 Orleans Darkwa, N.Y. Giants at Minnesota …Darka had a strong game filling in for Rashad Jennings last week with 53 yards on 10 carries and a score
41 DeAngelo Williams, Pittsburgh vs. Kansas City
42 Kenyan Drake, Miami at Cincinnati …Most likely, Arian Foster (groin) won’t play this week either, especially in a short week on Thursday Night Football — note that the Bengals haven’t allowed a rushing touchdown this season
43 DeAndre Washington, Oakland at Baltimore
44 Bobby Rainey, N.Y. Giants at Minnesota …UPDATE: Rainey is the lead candidate to fill the Shane Vereen role with Vereen now placed on Injured Reserve
45 Jalen Richard, Oakland at Baltimore
46 Dexter McCluster, San Diego vs. New Orleans
47 Shaun Draughn, San Francisco vs. Dallas
48 Alfred Morris, Dallas at San Francisco
49 Josh Ferguson, Indianapolis at Jacksonville
50 Jay Ajayi, Miami at Cincinnati
51 Matt Asiata, Minnesota vs. N.Y. Giants
52 Bilal Powell, N.Y. Jets vs. Seattle
53 Chris Thompson, Washington vs. Cleveland
54 James White, New England vs. Buffalo
55 Tim Hightower, New Orleans at San Diego
56 Rashad Jennings, N.Y. Giants at Minnesota …UPDATE: Jennings (thumb) has been limited in practice and we likely won’t know if he is out or active until prior to Monday Night Football
57 Robert Turbin, Indianapolis at Jacksonville
58 Benny Cunningham, Los Angeles at Arizona
59 Chris Johnson, Arizona vs. Los Angeles
60 Paul Perkins, N.Y. Giants at Minnesota


Wide Receivers
1 Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh vs. Kansas City
2 DeAndre Hopkins, Houston vs. Tennessee
3 Marvin Jones, Detroit at Chicago
4 A.J. Green, Cincinnati vs. Miami
5 Brandin Cooks, New Orleans at San Diego
6 Allen Robinson, Jacksonville vs. Indianapolis
7 Jarvis Landry, Miami at Cincinnati
8 T.Y. Hilton, Indianapolis at Jacksonville
9 Julio Jones, Atlanta vs. Carolina
10 Mike Evans, Tampa Bay vs. Denver
11 Kelvin Benjamin, Carolina at Atlanta
12 Demaryius Thomas, Denver at Tampa Bay
13 Emmanuel Sanders, Denver at Tampa Bay
14 Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona vs. Los Angeles
15 Odell Beckham Jr., N.Y. Giants at Minnesota
16 DeSean Jackson, Washington vs. Cleveland
17 Alshon Jeffery, Chicago vs. Detroit …UPDATE: Jeffery is dealing with a hamstring injury so he brings some risk but he is expected to play
18 Terrelle Pryor, Cleveland at Washington …Pryor did it all last week — passing, rushing, receiving — and gets some added premium off the huge game
19 Amari Cooper, Oakland at Baltimore
20 Brandon Marshall, N.Y. Jets vs. Seattle …UPDATE: Marshall (knee sprain) looks good to go
21 Travis Benjamin, San Diego vs. New Orleans
22 Stefon Diggs, Minnesota vs. N.Y. Giants
23 Michael Crabtree, Oakland at Baltimore
24 Jeremy Maclin, Kansas City at Pittsburgh
25 Allen Hurns, Jacksonville vs. Indianapolis
26 Willie Snead, New Orleans at San Diego …Snead (toe) was inactive in Week 3 and will need to be monitored; UPDATE: Snead seems likely to play as he’s gotten in limited practice all week
27 Julian Edelman, New England vs. Buffalo
28 Doug Baldwin, Seattle at N.Y. Jets
29 Michael Floyd, Arizona vs. Los Angeles …Floyd (concussion) will need to be monitored and he’s in the league’s concussion protocol; UPDATE: Floyd is not the Cardinals’ final injury report so he should be good to go
30 Will Fuller, Houston vs. Tennessee
31 Sterling Shepard, N.Y. Giants at Minnesota
32 Tyrell Williams, San Diego vs. New Orleans
33 Cole Beasley, Dallas at San Francisco …He’s been money in PPR — Beasley is on pace for 107 receptions
34 Jamison Crowder, Washington vs. Cleveland
35 Mike Wallace, Baltimore vs. Oakland …Oakland has allowed the 2nd-most fantasy points to opposing wide receivers
36 Steve Smith Sr., Baltimore vs. Oakland
37 Anquan Boldin, Detroit at Chicago …Boldin comes into this game with scores in back-to-back games
38 Phillip Dorsett, Indianapolis at Jacksonville …UPDATE: Dorsett (ankle) was added to the injury report Friday and is listed as questionable
39 Golden Tate, Detroit at Chicago …Tate is on pace for just 501 yards this season after three games (buy low?)
40 Quincy Enunwa, N.Y. Jets vs. Seattle …UPDATE: Enunwa will get the start as Eric Decker (rotator cuff) has been ruled out
41 Michael Thomas, New Orleans at San Diego
42 Kevin White, Chicago vs. Detroit
43 DeVante Parker, Miami at Cincinnati
44 Kenny Stills, Miami at Cincinnati
45 Tavon Austin, Los Angeles at Arizona
46 Tajae Sharpe, Tennessee at Houston
47 Mohamed Sanu, Atlanta vs. Carolina
48 Brice Butler, Dallas at San Francisco …UPDATE: Butler is set to start in place of Dez Bryant (hairline fracture in leg/knee)
49 Robert Woods, Buffalo at New England …UPDATE: Sammy Watkins has been placed on Injured Reserve, leaving Woods as the de facto number one receiver for the Bills
50 Tyler Boyd, Cincinnati vs. Miami
51 Pierre Garcon, Washington vs. Cleveland
52 Victor Cruz, N.Y. Giants at Minnesota
53 Eddie Royal, Chicago vs. Detroit
54 John Brown, Arizona vs. Los Angeles …After a very slow start in weeks one and two (two receptions), Brown showed life last week with 70 yards (which led the team)
55 Devin Funchess, Carolina at Atlanta
56 Adam Humphries, Tampa Bay vs. Denver …Humphries is turning into a key cog in the offense out of the slot, with 18 receptions on the season and coming off a 9-catch, 100-yard game
57 Marqise Lee, Jacksonville vs. Indianapolis
58 Ted Ginn Jr., Carolina at Atlanta
59 Chris Hogan, New England vs. Buffalo
60 Tyler Lockett, Seattle at N.Y. Jets
61 Jeremy Kerley, San Francisco vs. Dallas
62 Brandon LaFell, Cincinnati vs. Miami
63 Vincent Jackson, Tampa Bay vs. Denver
64 Terrance Williams, Dallas at San Francisco
65 Markus Wheaton, Pittsburgh vs. Kansas City …UPDATE: Wheaton (shoulder) is still less than 100 percent but should be able to start in Week 4
66 Kenny Britt, Los Angeles at Arizona
67 Sammie Coates, Pittsburgh vs. Kansas City
68 Seth Roberts, Oakland at Baltimore
69 Chris Conley, Kansas City at Pittsburgh
70 Jaron Brown, Arizona vs. Los Angeles
71 Brandon Coleman, New Orleans at San Diego
72 Torrey Smith, San Francisco vs. Dallas
73 Danny Amendola, New England vs. Buffalo
74 Philly Brown, Carolina at Atlanta
75 Rishard Matthews, Tennessee at Houston


Tight End
1 Greg Olsen, Carolina at Atlanta
2 Jordan Reed, Washington vs. Cleveland
3 Eric Ebron, Detroit at Chicago
4 Travis Kelce, Kansas City at Pittsburgh
5 Coby Fleener, New Orleans at San Diego
6 Hunter Henry, San Diego vs. New Orleans …Henry showed up well starting for Antonio Gates in Week 3 with 5 receptions for 76 yards on 5 targets, this ranking is assumes Antonio Gates will be a no-go again in Week 4
7 Kyle Rudolph, Minnesota vs. N.Y. Giants …Rudolph has opened the season strong, the 3rd-ranked tight end after three weeks
8 Dennis Pitta, Baltimore vs. Oakland
9 Gary Barnidge, Cleveland at Washington
10 Zach Miller, Chicago vs. Detroit …Miller comes in Week 4 off a 2-TD game while Detroit has allowed a touchdown to a tight end in every game this season
11 Rob Gronkowski, New England vs. Buffalo
12 Jack Doyle, Indianapolis at Jacksonville
13 Jason Witten, Dallas at San Francisco
14 Jimmy Graham, Seattle at N.Y. Jets
15 Martellus Bennett, New England vs. Buffalo
16 Delanie Walker, Tennessee at Houston …Walker (hamstring) missed Week 3 and will need to be monitored as he will be a game-time decision and bares risk for re-injury
17 Jacob Tamme, Atlanta vs. Carolina
18 Clive Walford, Oakland at Baltimore
19 Dwayne Allen, Indianapolis at Jacksonville
20 Jesse James, Pittsburgh vs. Kansas City
21 Cameron Brate, Tampa Bay vs. Denver
22 Julius Thomas, Jacksonville vs. Indianapolis …Thomas (elbow) will be a game-time decision
23 Charles Clay, Buffalo at New England
24 Dion Sims, Miami at Cincinnati …Sims will get the Week 4 start for the Dolphins with Jordan Cameron (concussion) slated to be out for the game
25 Ryan Griffin, Houston vs. Tennessee …More than likely a one-game blip, but Griffin comes off an 8-catch game last week
26 Garrett Celek, San Francisco vs. Dallas
27 Vance McDonald, San Francisco vs. Dallas …UPDATE: McDonald (hip) is Questionable, putting in limited practices this week
28 Austin Hooper, Atlanta vs. Carolina
29 Larry Donnell, N.Y. Giants at Minnesota
30 Will Tye, N.Y. Giants at Minnesota


1 Justin Tucker, Baltimore vs. Oakland
2 Graham Gano, Carolina at Atlanta
3 Dan Bailey, Dallas at San Francisco
4 Stephen Gostkowski, New England vs. Buffalo
5 Chandler Catanzaro, Arizona vs. Los Angeles
6 Dustin Hopkins, Washington vs. Cleveland
7 Blair Walsh, Minnesota vs. N.Y. Giants
8 Brandon McManus, Denver at Tampa Bay
9 Josh Lambo, San Diego vs. New Orleans
10 Adam Vinatieri, Indianapolis at Jacksonville
11 Chris Boswell, Pittsburgh vs. Kansas City
12 Nick Novak, Houston vs. Tennessee
13 Matt Prater, Detroit at Chicago
14 Will Lutz, New Orleans at San Diego
15 Jason Myers, Jacksonville vs. Indianapolis
16 Mike Nugent, Cincinnati vs. Miami
17 Steven Hauschka, Seattle at N.Y. Jets
18 Matt Bryant, Atlanta vs. Carolina
19 Phil Dawson, San Francisco vs. Dallas
20 Josh Brown, N.Y. Giants at Minnesota
21 Nick Folk, N.Y. Jets vs. Seattle
22 Connor Barth, Chicago vs. Detroit
23 Cairo Santos, Kansas City at Pittsburgh
24 Ryan Succop, Tennessee at Houston
25 Sebastian Janikowski, Oakland at Baltimore
26 Roberto Aguayo, Tampa Bay vs. Denver
27 Cody Parkey, Cleveland at Washington
28 Andrew Franks, Miami at Cincinnati
29 Greg Zuerlein, Los Angeles at Arizona
30 Dan Carpenter, Buffalo at New England

1 Minnesota DT, Minnesota vs. N.Y. Giants
2 Arizona DT, Arizona vs. Los Angeles
3 Denver DT, Denver at Tampa Bay
4 New England DT, New England vs. Buffalo
5 Seattle DT, Seattle at N.Y. Jets
6 Cincinnati DT, Cincinnati vs. Miami
7 Carolina DT, Carolina at Atlanta
8 Houston DT, Houston vs. Tennessee
9 Baltimore DT, Baltimore vs. Oakland
10 Detroit DT, Detroit at Chicago
11 Washington DT, Washington vs. Cleveland
12 Kansas City DT, Kansas City at Pittsburgh
13 Pittsburgh DT, Pittsburgh vs. Kansas City
14 Jacksonville DT, Jacksonville vs. Indianapolis
15 New York Jets DT, N.Y. Jets vs. Seattle
16 Tampa Bay DT, Tampa Bay vs. Denver
17 Dallas DT, Dallas at San Francisco
18 Buffalo DT, Buffalo at New England
19 New York Giants DT, N.Y. Giants at Minnesota
20 Los Angeles DT, Los Angeles at Arizona
21 Tennessee DT, Tennessee at Houston
22 San Francisco DT, San Francisco vs. Dallas
23 Miami DT, Miami at Cincinnati
24 Indianapolis DT, Indianapolis at Jacksonville
25 Atlanta DT, Atlanta vs. Carolina
26 Oakland DT, Oakland at Baltimore
27 Chicago DT, Chicago vs. Detroit
28 San Diego DT, San Diego vs. New Orleans
29 Cleveland DT, Cleveland at Washington
30 New Orleans DT, New Orleans at San Diego